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GNR

Gram-negative rods Infectious disease Bacilli that don't absorb gram stain–ie, are pink; most clinically important GNRs are coliforms: Enterobacteriaceae–eg, Escherichia, Klebsiella, Proteus, Pseudomonas, Salmonella, Shigella, growth of GNRs usually implies fecal contamination, as in peritonitis due to appendicitis, ruptured diverticulosis, gunshot wound
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Hes got used toys and Ive told him that every time he has a toy he hasnt played with in awhile, then to do something with it," said Gunners father, Butch Hartman.
Anyone who has seen Mr Gunner, is asked to call police urgently on 999 in an emergency or 101 quoting reference P17308328.
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Gunner said the NT, where a third of people were indigenous and half of the land mass was "Aboriginal under Australian law", "should and will lead how we best celebrate Australia Day together".
It is important to build these relationships, emphasise Governments support for the project and highlight the role that Territory business can play, Mr Gunner said.
The coffin of First World War soldier Gunner Albert William Venus arrives at Ypres Town Cemetery in Belgium for the funeral service
SSG Jeffrey Turcotte is currently serving as a Bradley Master Gunner Course instructor at Fort Benning, Ga.
Gunner Cusack, who was from Stoke-on-Trent, was killed on May 26 after coming under small arms fire.
Father-of-two Gunner Power, from Great Sankey, was watched in the stands by his father Steve and stepmother Susan.
Gunner Wright, from Leyland, Lancashire, and Gunner Vanua, from Suva, Fiji, were at the time on a routine patrol in support of a Danish reconstruction team and were returning to base following a task training the Iraqi Police in September 2006.